I have a 2013 Honda CR-V EX-L AWD that’s in near perfect condition with 12,000 miles on it. I am moving overseas in October and want to sell.
Unfortunately, I got a dent with scraping on the vehicle on the bottom right corner on the back passenger side door along with the bottom left hand corner of the front passenger side door. It’s about 3inches long by 2 inches high. The dent is in a discreet enough spot where I could see it not being a huge issue for a buyer (only thinking what would/wouldn’t deter me in the buying process).
Question is: do I get the doors totally fixed for $1100. Or do I de-rust, weather protect, and paint the dent for $100? Will a buyer be detracted from buying even if I shave money off the price if there is a dent? Would I make the investment in the repair back if I go through the full repair?
I would appreciate hearing your opinion!